How Ghanaian soccer players performed abroad

Ghanaian international footballer

In the English Premier League, Ghana international Jeffrey Schlupp scored for Leicester City in their away game against Norwich City. The Ghanaian played 77 minutes in the 2-1 win over Norwich City.

Fifa Ballon d’Or nominee Christian Atsu was left out of the AC Bournemouth squad that played Watford in the 1-1 draw at home.

Jordan Ayew made a second half appearance for his Aston Villa side who lost by a single goal to nil against Stoke City at home.

Abdul Baba Rahman was an unused substitute as his Chelsea side were disciplined by Southampton on home soil. Chelsea lost the Premier League game by three goals to one after scoring the first goal of the game.

Andre Ayew scored against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday as his Swansea City side entertained the London club at the Liberty stadium. The game ended in a 2-2 draw.

Albert Adomah made an 83 substitute appearance in the English Championship as his Middlesbrough side were beaten by two goal to nil on the road at Reading.

Afriyie Acquah faced Isaac Cofie in the Italian Serie A on Saturday when Carpi entertained Torino. Acquah made an appearance from the bench on the hour mark for Torino with Isaac Cofie playing the full game for Carpi. Carpi won the home game by two goals to one.

Alfred Duncan played 77 minutes for Sassuolo in their 1-0 defeat away from home against Empoli in the Serie A.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu played the full game as his Udinese side drew by 1-1 against Genoa on Sunday.

Kwadwo Asamoah replaced Sami Khedi in the dying minutes of Juventus’ home game against Bologna. The Ghanaian and his Juventus side won the game by three goals to one.

In the Spanish La Liga, Wakaso Mubarak played the full game for Las Palmas who were defeated at home by 2-0 against Eibar. Ghanaian player Wakaso received a yellow card booking in the game.

In the French Ligue 1, Abudul Majeed Waris scored from the penalty spot in FC Lorient’s home game against Bordeaux. Waris and Lorient took all points in the game after edging Bordeaux 3-2 in the five-goal thriller.

Daniel Amartey played the full game for FC Koebenhavn as the Denmark team won their home game against Viborg by a goal to nil.

Samuel Afum made an 85 minute substitute appearance for Young Boys in their 3-1 win against Grasshoppers on Sunday.

In the Major League Soccer, Charles Sarpong played 61 minutes as his Philadelphia Union side were beaten by 3-1 against Toronto FC.

Adam Larsen Kwarasey and his Portland Timbers team were beaten at home by a 1-0 score line in the game against Sporting Kansas City.

David Accam scored for his Chicago Fire team who won their MLS game against New England Revolution. The Ghanaian played the full game alongside fellow international Patrick Nyarko.

In Switzerland, Ebenezer Assifuah started and played 59 minutes for Sion in their away game against St. Gallen. The Ghanaian and his Sion side held the home team to a 1-1 draw.




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